It's the job of a photojournalist to dispassionately document their subject, even in the most challenging situations. But what if the warzone you're documenting is also your home? We sit down with Syrian photographer Abdulmonam Eassa, who spent five years bearing witness to human suffering and resilience in the face of almost daily regime airstrikes in Eastern Ghouta

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